Paul Wallace was once regarded as the world’s best tight-head prop with his greatest moment occurring when he was a player for the Lions, they had a series victory against South Africa in 1997. This is when he started all three tests on this legendary tour. Wallace is not the only sporting member of his family. Both of his brothers and himself have represented the Lions. Unfortunately, Paul suffered a serious ankle injury in 2001 whilst playing for the Saracens. He showed incredible strength recovering from this but had to leave rugby in December 2001. He is a Sky favourite and was one of ITV’s 2007 world cup analysts. He is a famous guest speaker with many guest speaking topics.
- Former Ireland and British Lion
- Test debut made in 1995 World Cup against Japan
- Recovered from a serious broken ankle in 2001 and had to leave rugby
- One of ITV’s 2007 World Cup analysts
- Played for Munster, Blackrock, Saracens and Leinster